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Given the following data at 298K, calculate delta S for :
2Ag2O(s) -> 4Ag(s) +O2(g)
deltaS(J/mol.K)121.3 42.6 205.2

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    delta Srxn = (n*DSproducts)-(n*DSreactants)

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